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The State Opposition is attempting to manufacture criticism of South Australia s new cycling laws with a potentially misleading survey targeting Liberal Party followers.
No doubt, Putin and Soleimani saw the need to act militarily to shore up Assad's weakening position and to deal a setback to the non-Islamic State opposition, which was gaining in the north and the south of Syria.
state opposition leader Surya Kanta Mishra had asked Banerjee during an all-party meeting on the floods in the state.
He said the government has badly failed to take benefit of oil price decrease and loyal to state opposition.
The state opposition spokesman said the action was in response to a provocation by the government troops in the area which attempted to launch an attack on their positions by trying to recapture Nyinbuoli, Achana and Majok in both Aweil West and Aweil North counties, respectively, in Northern Bahr el Ghazal state, home to the South Sudanese army's chief of general staff, General Paul Malong Awan.
Activists have been calling for the removal of the former interior minister as security crackdowns on state opposition have been tightening since last year.
The meeting between Khoja and Mona Ghanem from the Building the State opposition group took place in Istanbul, where the two "reached an agreement on the framework that can be used for a comprehensive dialogue" among opposition groups.
Meanwhile, NSW state opposition leader John Robertson resigned after coming under pressure when it was revealed he signed a letter to support Monis gaining access to his children in a dispute with his second wife.
They are doing it only to please one person, their leader (Banerjee)," said Rahul Sinha, president of the state opposition Bharatiya Janata Party.
THE STATE Opposition Congress on Saturday demanded "de-politicisation" of the Punjab Police to take care of the drug menace in Punjab.
This follows allegations of rigging made by state opposition parties against the ruling TMC over the past few phases of the polls.
State Opposition leader John Robertson was forced to speak to hospital staff over a fence, during their morning tea break, because he was denied permission to set foot on hospital grounds.

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